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Island dispatch. (Grand Island, N.Y.) 1944-current, December 26, 2014, Image 1

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Call the to1l—free National Sui- cide Prevention Lifeline at 1—80(%273—TALK (8255). In addition to staying active, eat- ing right and reaching out to oth- er people, Humennyj and Bousad- er—Armst:rong said further help is available through Memoria1’s Get Well/ Stay Well Program. Aimed at seniors ages 55 and older, the program integrates primary care with mental health counseling and senior support services at the Summit Family Health Center. “Health care isschanging,” Hu- mennyj said, noting that not only physical, but emotional, health is an important part of patient treat- ment today. The holidays are a time of joy With friends and family for most people, so why areyou feeling sad and alone? ' Pages 9' Niagara Falls Memorial Medi- cal Center experts tried to answer that question at a free luncheon program for senior citizens at Elderwood‘ Residences at Wheat- On hand Were licensed clinical social worker Theresa M. Humennyj, newly appointed this month as Memoria1’s director of social work and continuing treat- ment, and Dr. Nathalie Bousader- Armst1'ong,rceer~ in both inter- nal and preventive medicine, who has an of at the Summit Fam- ily Health Center in Wheat ‘That is very normal,” Humen- nyj said of the down-and-out feel- ings of holiday blues or Winter woes. “We want to spread the word. about some of the things you can do to feel a little bit bet- ter.” ,lh§idé\tllii’s‘iis$u2? ._.:y§, ,.., .......-- / Niagara. . M». :di cal Center's director of social work and continuing education. At right is Lee Forster, a former 53- ear resident of Grand Island, who will celebrate her 81 st birthday Dec. 30. Slle is amon tour Grand Island widows and friends now enjoying independent living at l Residences at Wlteatlield. Page‘ 10} on et ‘{2- holiday arrangements or the pain of remembering absent loved ones has its own effect. might help with heating the blues: 0 Go to a movie, take a walk, go ice-askating or do other activities \you normally enjoy. ‘ -Get out in the sunlight or bright- ly lit .spa,C.¢§. eSpecia]1y_ _e_:ar1y in the ;day. , V ' Memorial will sponsor another luncheon program at Elderwood Residences at Wheat 2600 Niagara Falls Blvd., at 11:30 am. Jan. 13. Athlejzic trainer Tony Surace to senior citizens about how to avoid slips, trips and falls during winter Weather. Call 278-4604 to register. k I an. 3.“? F5 People overrthe’ age of 50, es- pecially Women, have multiple things going on'in their lives, ranging from changes in their bodies and new health issues to children leaving home and start-~i ing their own lives as adults and parents, she said. The stress bf of Bfousader-Armstrong added that a more‘ severe type of depres- sion,’ seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, may also occur during these cold, dark winter days, The health experts suggested trying some self-care tips that -Try to spend time with other people and con in a trusted friend or relative. Grand Island Town Board Ordinance to preserve historic Island buildings in discussion stage The Historic Preservation Advisory Board. is hoping to have an ordinance passed by the Grand Island Town Board in the next few months that would establish regu- lations for the preservation of buildings that have his- torical signi - Advisory board member June Crawford is speaking with community groups to spread the word. On Friday, Dec. 19-, she spoke with four of teacher Robert Simp- son's government classes at Grand Island High School, outlining the basics of the ordinance and giving a Pow- erPoint presentation of properties that have been lost and those still here. Crawford said “historical properties can be a catalyst for new business by becoming a stop- ping point for tourists.” An. ordinance can help owners with funding and tax breaks. At this time the only Grand Island property that is on the National Register of Historic Places is the Spaulding Boathouse on West River. The National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America’s his- toric and archeological resources. Crawford spoke with seventh~grade social studies classes at Veronica Connor Middle School Dec. 22 and will meet with the Golden Age Cen- ter members at their birthday luncheon in January. ~ Page 20 Niagara-Wheaffielcl Tribune Lewiston-Porter Sentinel Island Dispatch Grand Island PennySaver Pictured above, Crawford speaks at a meeting of the Grand Island Town Board in November. 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